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write an equation of the line with the given slope and the given y-intercept. leave answer in the slope -intercept form. Slope -2/3,=intercept (0,5)
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User: write an equation of the line with the given slope and the given y-intercept. leave answer in the slope -intercept form. Slope -2/3,=intercept (0,5)

Weegy: the equation for point-slope form is y-y1=m(x-x1) so the answer would be : 4. hope this helped (smile)
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The slope -intercept form of the line with Slope -2/3, y intercept (0, 5) is y = -2/3x + 5

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Find the slope, if possible 22.5,22.5 User: Find the slope of a mountain road that rises 22.5 feet vertically over a horizontal distance of 22.5 feet. (The grade of a road is usually expressed as a percent.)
Weegy: the grade of a mountain road that rises 22.5 feet vertically over a horizontal distance of 22.5 feet is 50% grade and 45 degrees. User: Find the slope of a line that passes through the following points. (4,11)and (-2,0) Weegy: C.-3/2 User: The slope of a line which passes through two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) is given by (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1). Thus, slope of the line which passes through (4, 11) and (-2, 1) is = (1 - 11) / (-2 - 4) = -10 / -6 = 5/3 Since the line we need is parallel to this line, it will have the same slope 5/3 as well. (More)
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The slope of a line that passes through the points (4,11)and (-2,0) is m = (0 - 11)/(-2 - 4) = -11/-6 = 11/6
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